Friday, February 24, 2012

My kids love Clorox Clean-Up Recipes for Fun

Spring break is coming for my boys. I like to find fun yet educational things for them to do. It’s better when they don’t know it’s educational.

I have been searching the Recipes for Fun website to create a list of things to keep all 3 of my boys interested.

So far, I am thinking the “Magic Milk Paint” would be good for everyone.

Christopher would like to do the painting and the older boys get to learn about the surface tension of milk (and so do I).

My oldest is very protective of his items. He is constantly checking to see if one of his brothers touched, moved or played with one of his things.

So another wacky science project I found is called “Dusting for Fingerprints”.
Luke is very excited for this one. Not only does he get to match up fingerprints to each of his family members, but now, he’ll get to brag to his fellow scouts about his cool experiment.

There are many wonderful and different ideas for families to do on the Recipes for Fun website.

I found one fun science activity just for my littlest and I to have fun with. It’s called “Bubble Blob”. Tell me what 2 year old does not like bubbles?
Now he won’t understand the properties of gas and oxygen bubbles. But he will understand that Mommy can make bubbles in the microwave and I’ll be the coolest person alive.

Once Christopher tells his brothers the “magic trick”, it may have to be repeated for them.

There is a fantastic opportunity for you to enter to win $10,000. All you have to do is register on the Recipes for Fun website under the How to Win tab. Not only are you then entered to win $10,000 but also daily prizes of $100.00 gift cards.

You can make and clean a lot of messes with that!

You can also submit your own cool ideas for each of the selections and you’ll receive 10 extra entries into the sweepstakes, plus a coupon for $1.00 off Clorox Clean-up instantly, just to say thanks.

The registration process is easy; it took less than a minute. There are so many ways to teach our children science, cooking, and arts and crafts. Sometimes those lessons can be messy, so don’t forget the Clorox to clean up life’s messy moments!

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1 comment:

  1. i am going to show my grandsons this website so they can pick out some 'recipes'. they both like to 'make' stuff and 'do' stuff like this. the youngest one especially likes to do 'experiments'. i am glad i found this post. thank you.


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